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Rivian trademarks two new vehicles: What could they be? – Electrek

Rivian has filed for two new trademarks on unknown vehicles, but we might have an idea of what they could be. The startup has announced two named vehicles, its R1T electric pickup truck and R1S electric SUV. We also know…
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Bega Cheese wins legal stoush against US food giant Heinz over peanut butter labelling

Australian dairy processor Bega Cheese has chalked up a win in a long-running legal dispute over the use of well-known peanut butter packaging. bega kraft key points Key points: US food companies Heinz and Kraft wanted to stop Bega Cheese…
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EU Court Says Amazon Not Liable for Unwitting Third-Party Trademark Infringement

“Despite the CJEU’s affirmation of the ruling that Amazon wasn’t liable in the case brought by Coty, there have been calls from some within the EU to increase Amazon’s duty to ensure that goods sold on its marketplace comply with…
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3M Sues Counterfeit N95 Mask Seller for  Trademark Infringement

Our current moment of crisis requires some combination of ingenuity and communal spirit and flexibility and, well, the results thus far are a mixed bag. There are countless people willing to give of themselves and their time to help both…
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Toyota Australia stops parts supplier selling replica grilles

Toyota Australia has shut down the import and sale of fake Toyota-badged grilles, the company announced this week, as part of its long-running fight against counterfeit parts sales to service centres and the general public. The part and panel distributor…
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Gibson sued by Heritage Guitars over alleged trademark threats

Heritage Guitars has announced it has taken legal action against Gibson, in response to threats issued by the guitar giant over alleged trademark infringement. In a statement shared by Heritage co-owners BandLab Technologies, Heritage claims it filed the defensive suit…
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